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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 14, 1912, Image 3

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said Policeman W. S. Straight,
who made the arrest "But it's a
cinch there was a girl ridin' with
him when I arrested him."
The judge discharged HayneS,
but from the look on Haynes face
as he walked out the court roorri,
he'd just as soon have gone to jail.
OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Bluefield,W. Va. James Daw
son, U. S. trooper, who murdered
Kenneth Barrett and wife and fa
tally wounded his own sister at
Vulcan, near here, is in danger of
being mobbed by crowd that has
surrounded jail.
Baliy born within hour after
Mrs. Barrett was shot was pierc
ed by same bullet that "killed
mother.
Sofia Bulgaria. Turkish lega
tion under heavy military guard
for fear'of violence at "hands of
Bulgarians.
Prophesied that Bulgaria will
be forced by public sentiment to
declare war on Turkey.
Springfieldjll. 3 of his guests
deliberately tore roof from Geo.
Izett's house. Next day it rained.
George wants damages.
Springfield, 111. Moscmito
breeding pools along Illinois river
will be stocked with goldfish in
effort to get rid of stingers.
Cleveland, O. Mrs. Mary
Shively, wife of missing contract
or, and Mrs. Carr, mother of
Ruby Carr, 20, stenographer, who
is believed, to have 'eloped with
him, are consoling one. another.
Shively is 41. He has 2 sons, both
over 18.
Modern Woodmen, of which
Shively was treasurer, have dis
covered shortage of 5,000.
Charleston, W. Va. Strike
breakers have been sent to Paint
Creek and Cabin Creek mining"
districts, where strike troubles
.have kept soldiers busy.
Milwaukee. Officer Frank
Korn, West Allis, who was prob
ably fatally wounded when he at
tempted to arrest 4 men for alleg
ed shooting of Alexander Wat2
lavik, identified Pe'ter Roma, 38,
as one of gang.
Roma was captured in South
Milwaukee by posse.
Washington. Senate and
House leaders don't think there
will be any tariff laws at this ses
sion. Senate leaders think that even
though wool'bill was passed by
House over Taf t's veto, that there
is not much chance of it going
through Senate.
Winona, Minn. When Avia
tor S. Shesgreem, regular flier, re
fused to go up on account of high
wind, M. Singh, his Hindu assist
ant, volunteered. Singh carrie
down again in few minutes, milch
worse for 50 ft. fall.
Sea Girt, N. J. Alberta Claier,
Wyoming suffragist who made
coast-to-coast trip on horseback,
rode jnto Sea Girt this mornirig
to tell Wilson she was for him.
Indianapolis, Ind. Gov. Mar
shall left today for 2 days' trip
to Ft. Wayne, Columbia City and
Valparaiso.
Auburn, Ind. Coroner decid
ed that baby whose body was
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